Hannah Brown Claims Peter Weber Called Her to Talk About Madison Right After Their Hookup

Today in WTF is Peter Weber thinking, Hannah Brown just revealed that he called her after their hookup to talk about…Madison Prewett? To catch everyone up on the timeline real quick, Peter got engaged to Hannah Ann Sluss on The Bachelor, broke up with her, and hooked up with Hannah Brown after a February engagement party for Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin.

“He was like, ‘I have so much to tell you,'” Hannah Brown wrote it her book. “The chemistry just wasn’t there. It just sucked. And then, I found out he had another girl [Madison] on his mind. It was all so bizarre.”

Turns out Madison was on Peter’s mind so much that he decided it’d be a good idea to call Hannah Brown after the hookup for, IDK, advice?

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“I get home and then, like, he texts me and it was like, so good to see you, bud, it was so great catching—something, like, really like ‘glad we have each other.’ I’m like wait, what, and I was like, ‘why are you being so nonchalant about this?'” she told The Almost Famous podcast (watch the clip courtesy of best fan acct ever @bachelornation.scoop above!). “Then he like calls me and starts wanting to talk about Madison with me. Literally, the next day, talking about how he’s still, like, cares about Madison, and I’m like…wait I don’t know why I’m in this position but I don’t like it and …it was just so messy. And then like I’m watching [the show], knowing all this has happened…and I was kinda over it after that, like after the few texts and things between us I was very turned off.”

Speaking of the show, Peter ended up dating Madison for about five minutes after breaking things off with Hannah Ann and hooking up with Hannah Brown, and then ended up in a relationship with his former contestant Kelley Flanagan.

Exhausting!

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